Thursday, September 3, 2015

#stmSnippet: 3rd Floor Studio: Versatility For Real Women

Shoshanah Kuper admits her family needs their own reality show. The lively bunch have supported her as a fashion designer from day one and never have a problem raiding her designs for something to wear. Luckily neither do her clients! Kuper's womenswear brand, 3rd Floor Studio typically sells for $150 - $300 with custom dresses available closer to $600. The designer got the fashion bug at a young age, became an intern at a modelling agency and never looked back.

Along the way she has learned how to approach fashion as a business in order to stay competitive and relevant in today's market. Kuper started 3rd Floor Studio from the ground up focusing on flattering fits for real women, gorgeous fabrics and versatility. Read on to learn in this #stmINTERVIEWED why this designer almost went into fashion photography, what her line was originally called and why she  believes "creativity comes from being in a world of restraints." To read the full original post on STM, click here.

Read the full #stmINTERVIEWED by clicking here.

Photos: Ted Belton

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Object of Desire: Valentino: Mirabilia Romae

Valentino fans, here is a new coffee table book you will want to have in your collection!

Valentino: Mirabilia Romae, with the foreword by Francesco Bonami, documents the achievements Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli have done ever since they became the Creative Directors of the fashion house. As many of you know, Rome is the biggest inspiration for Maria and Pierpaolo so you will see a lot of this city's reference in this book. The photos are taken by Laziz Hamani and you will get to see the inspiration boards created for every collection, the intricate paper patterns and details each couture gown.

Valentino: Mirabilia Romae is available for purchase at Valentino boutiques worldwide, ASSOULINE boutiques worldwide and through Get your copy now!

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Walk the Walk: SIXLEE S/S 2016 Collection

SIXLEE has just released the look book for his S/S 2016 collection and I am loving it!

This collection is inspired by an Italian Tape Artist named No Curves so there are a lot of stripe pieces. I really like the colour palette and also the use of materials (Striped Jacques, Striped Wool and Cotton, Striped Transparent Silk Cotton). As for the silhouettes, I just cannot get enough of the college blazer in this collection.

Once again, this is another outstanding collection, and I cannot wait to see what Six will create in the next season!

Photographer: Giseok Cho
Make up & hair: Jinju Pyun
Model: Kim Byeong Su from Esteem Seoul
Stylist: Goldenchix

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